About the Role
Career Coaches provide one on one supervision and instruction to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities during their work assignment for a community employer.
Job Duties & Responsibities
Provide transportation from client’s home to work site and back home after their shift.
Provide social and vocational skills training as expected for the client to maintain employment.
Assist in observing and assessing the strengths and needs of clients to help improve their capabilities.
Effectively address problems that hinder employment such as inappropriate or aggressive behavior, grooming, and hygiene, attendance issues, productivity, etc.
Address client complaints and grievances in accordance with CCI policy.
Assist Program Supervisor in developing and implementing ISP
Provide accurate and complete documentation for client records as required.
Maintain and have immediate access to a working client file that includes emergency medical information and ISP objectives.
Set a good example by following rules and directives of community employer, displaying to clients the proper techniques, habits, and proper work ethic for community employment.
Maintain a high level of quality standards through continual inspection of the client's work as required by the individual site contract.
Adhere to all safety regulations, while ensuring the safety of all persons assigned.
All other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Must be 18+
High School diploma or equivalent, A.A. degree, and one year experience in the field of developmental disabilities preferred; experience in vocational work training or teaching helpful.
Demonstrates basic competency in the following areas; behavior modification techniques; record keeping; maintaining confidentiality; mathematics skills; effectively communicate both written and orally; problem-solving abilities.
Must have a valid CA driver's license, 3 years driving experience, clean driving record, safe reliable transportation, and proof of current vehicle insurance.
Current CPR and First Aid training required.
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. by self, standing, walking, sitting, pushing, bending, pulling, squatting, and working outside in the elements required; repetitive motion may be necessary.
Must be able to pass fingerprint screening through the Department of Justice